Wood Ocarina Pokemon
Name origin (Acacia+Ocarina)
-Acareen’s song hypnotizes children, luring them into the maze-like forests it calls home. No one knows why it does this.
-Acareen gets around by hopping about. When it wants to move faster, it levitates itself and hurls its body in the direction it wants to go.
Pied Piper Pokemon
Name origin (Dissonance+Symphony+phony)
-It has the ability to control the emotions of Pokemon and humans alike with sound. It is speculated that Dysphony lure adults into forests through their song, leading them to another dimension.
-When a flock of Acareen gather, a Dysphony is not far behind. They love to conduct groups and often host singing competitions.
So, these are a few of my Fakemon that I’ve had around for a while and have finally decided to finalize. They’re based on the Pied Piper of Hamelin and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’s ocarina. Acareen was inspired by wooden ocarinas shaped like birds, small brown birds, and the Northern Cardinal. Dysphony was inspired by plague masks, ocarinas, musical conductors and woodpeckers. Both also have influence from the acacia trees, specifically the whistling thorn. Why plague masks? Because there is a theory that the children of Hamelin “disappeared” during an epidemic of sorts.
I have modified Dysphony a few times before, and I believe I’ve posted its previous design here before, but here is that design
and the initial design
There was a middle stage but I decided to omit it.
[They’re Ghost/Grass because Acareen was born from an inanimate wooden object, and that carries on to its final stage]
Day 87: Bug/Normal
Wolpeller -> Mantiskor -> Kimerantis
Taxonomic classification in the Pokémon world is a messy enough process as it is, but Wolpeller and its elder forms make the process all but impossible. While nominally a Bug and Normal type, Wolpeller seems to possess traits from all Pokémon types, and a brief examination of its behavior explains why. Upon encountering another Pokémon, Wolpeller will extract a small genetic sample with its tail stinger, which it then incorporates into its own genetic code, granting its descendants attributes from the chosen targets. Wolpeller are considered a godsend in the field of Poképaleontology, as they contain genetic traces from other, long extinct Pokémon.
Upon evolving, Mantiskor become far more aggressive in their genetic sampling, often actively seeking out and attacking specific Pokémon for their precious DNA. Mantiskor’s carapace is hot to the touch from its organs constantly reshaping themselves, the process of which is believed to make this Pokémon easily irritable. Trainers skillful enough to train this Pokémon know to give it a wide berth for the duration of this stage.
Once this Pokémon evolves into its final stage, the other purpose of its constant gene theft becomes apparent. Kimerantis, though possessing a loose base form shared between others of its kind, is essentially an ever-shifting mass of various animal parts, constantly changing its form to fit the situation at hand. Horns, extra legs, wings, all are within access to Kimerantis within a moment’s notice. Fortunately, these Pokémon are wise enough to realize the devastating impact that their dramatic adaptability and sheer brute power could have on an environment, and so they tend to remain fairly reclusive.
Though Kimerantis’s erratic genetic structure means that its origins remain a mystery, it is speculated by some that they are actually distant relatives of Ditto, who simply chose a different path to take their shapeshifting powers.
Kimerantis and its earlier kin are based upon Wolpertingers, (a German novelty item made from combined taxidermied animal parts,) and Manticores. Their ability is Adaptability, and their DW ability is Trace.
thanks! +o+ and man i know these coincidences are getting a lil 2spooky
Bless you Pokemon Smash
cascada every time we couch lyrics
everytime we touchi hit the ceiling
everytime we kiss i sleep on the floor
i can feel the lawn mowedgrass
i need to go to class
i need to climbed a rock
1997 v/s 2013
Great illustrations of birds in nautical uniform by Japanese illustrator, Sato.
Cute birdies~ ATTENTION!
look at those jerks! I want to see one with water wings.